[bur-nuh-det; French ber-na-det]
- Saint.Also called Bernadette of Lourdes.Marie Bernarde Soubirous or Soubiroux, 1844–79, French nun.
- a female given name: derived from Bernard.
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Bernadette Peters was there, as were Marlo Thomas, Steve Guttenberg, Judy Collins and Mario Cantone.I Was There: Inside Joan Rivers’ Funeral
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Yet, when asked specifically about the deal, National Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan kept her response vague.The Big Weapons that the U.S. May Be Secretly Supplying to the Syrian Rebels
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Expecting easy soundbites from the Bernadette Corporation is like wishing a Cezanne would look more like a Rockwell.Bernadette Corporation: Mutating Art Collective Succeeds in the Avant Garde
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Moreover, it is certain that it was Bernadette herself who wished to leave Lourdes.
Called a liar and a lunatic, Bernadette was threatened with imprisonment.
Now came the narrative of Bernadette's sojourn at Nevers, and then her death there.
And did Bernadette ever extend the pilgrimage of her dreams as far as Bartres?
At length, the Lady made her a sign to approach, but Bernadette did not move.The Miraculous Medal
Jean Marie Aladel